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Make a loop scarf, loop cuffs, loop collar or why not a loopy bag... Double loops knitted back and forth on needles: The loops are made on the WS rows of the piece and ends up on the RS. 1st row (RS): Knit all sts 2nd row (WS): K1, * make a double loop as follows: Twist the yarn over and around the left second and third finger 3 times. Knit the next st by pulling all 3 threads on the left index finger through the st. Slip the loops off the finger – but the stitch are still on the left needle, leave the main thread over the left index finger at the same time as 2 loops are held closely into the piece with the right hand finger. K 1 st in the back of the same st (= 1 twisted st). There are now 3 loop sts + 1 twisted st on the right needle. Lift the 3 back sts over the first st = 1 loop st, K 1 *, repeat from *-*. Repeat these 2 rows, making the loops in alternating stitches on the WS rows.

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Kommentaarid (7)

Anita 24.01.2014 - 01:50:

Hi, This is a wonderful idea for a pair of gloves I want to make for my niece. Will it be stretchy enough for glove cuff and will I need to add extra stitches to the a pre-existing pattern to allow for the addition ofthe loops? Thanks again for this video tutorial. I had a hard time with just the written instructions.

Sil 20.03.2012 - 21:02: Website www.bissysilly.com

Wouw, fantastic, and now on my own.

Maryam 25.10.2011 - 08:13:

Send for me

Meg 17.10.2011 - 10:58:

Kult

Maritza 09.08.2011 - 15:19: Website www.elrincondemaruza ...

Hi.. I am chilean... I liked the video... Thanks for sharing... greeting

Liliane Van Bulck 09.02.2011 - 23:21:

Dank u wel voor de goede uitleg om lussen te breien groetjes Liliane

Gemma 16.01.2011 - 18:03:

This video is too fast to be able to watch them knitt and then tray to do it at the same time.

DROPS Design 16.10.2014 - 16:09:

Dear Gemma, do not hesitate to click on the icon "pause" to check step by step how to do and work it at the same time. Happy knitting!

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